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From the sound of bagpipes and the vibrant hues of kilt tartans to the lore of ancient castles and the footsteps of royalty, Scotland will leave an indelible mark on your family that will lead to generations of stories to come. Few destinations mix history, tradition, bold personalities and stunning scenery like Scotland. And you won’t be lacking for amazing adventures, including world-class golf and fantastic nature, wildlife and culinary excursions.

SCOTLAND ITINERARIES COMING SOON

ITINERARY FOR FAMILIES WITH

TEENAGERS

 

Special Activity:

BIKE TOUR OF

EDINBURGH

 

Join your private cycling guide for private cycle ride (18 km) through the dramatic and contrasting cityscape of Edinburgh. Sample the rich diversity which Edinburgh has to offer: picturesque cycle paths, a few of the iconic sites in the heart of the city, verdant Holyrood Park and a coastal promenade.

 

ITINERARY  HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Take part in Mini Highlander Games
  • Go on a 4x4 off road adventure
  • Explore Edinburgh by bike
  • Spooky ghost walk in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Crown Jewels in the British Isles
  • Holyrood Palace, the Queen's Official Residence in Scotland
  • Imagine cooking in a real and magical castle with your own private chef on hand to guide you!
  • Explore the County of Stirlingshire and relive the histories of William the Brave Heart and the infamous outlaw Rob Roy McGregor and explore Stirling Castle
  • Embark on a sea plane flight that flies over the West Coast of Scotland
  • Boat cruise to Inchcolm Island
  • Venture out with your private ghillie to a local loch and fish for trout

 

ITINERARY FOR ADULT ONLY

TRAVELERS

 

Special Activity:

TASTE SOME OF THE BEST

SCOTTISH WHISKY

Take a tour of the Edradour Distillery, the smallest of its kind in Scotland, to see how craftsmen turn barley into the 'water of life', with a sample of their Highland Single Malt at the end. Continue on to the Famous Grouse Experience at the Glenturrett Distillery. Located in the picturesque town of Crieff, you will be able to learn where another of Scotland’s best-loved blended whiskies is produced and marketed to the world.

 

ITINERARY  HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Taste some of the best Scottish whisky
  • Go on a 4x4 off road adventure
  • Play a relaxing round of golf
  • Behind the scenes tour of Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Crown Jewels of the British Isles
  • Holyrood Palace, the Queen's Official Residence in Scotland
  • Explore the County of Stirlingshire and relive the histories of William the Brave Heart and the infamous outlaw Rob Roy McGregor
  • Explore towns of St. Andrews, East Neuk of Fife, Crail and Anstruther
  • Visit Edradour Distillery and enjoy the Famous Grouse Experience at the Glenturrett Distillery

 

ITINERARY FOR FAMILIES WITH

CHILDREN UNDER 12

 

Special Activity:

TRAIN A GUN DOG IN

THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS

Gleneagles’ sleek, highly trained and obedient Labradors will follow your commands like a dream. Pick up tips from our expert handlers, learn a trick or two to try out on your own canine companion back home, or simply enjoy a huge amount of fun.

 

ITINERARY HIGHLIGHTS:

 

  • Take part in Mini Highlander Games
  • Go on a 4x4 off road adventure
  • Learn to train a gundog
  • Spooky ghost walk in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Crown Jewels in the British Isles
  • Holyrood Palace, the Queen's Official Residence in Scotland
  • Imagine cooking in a real and magical castle with your own private chef on hand to guide you!
  • Try your hand at playing bagpipes
  • Join in with a group of like-minded people to learn more about the work of the John Muir Trust and give something back to nature
  • Boat cruise to Inchcolm Island

Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. Here are some of the things that will make your trip to Scotland special:

 

GLOBAL COMMUNITY GIVE-BACK

 

Get involved in an activity that makes a real difference – the conservation work that serves to protect and enhance the natural local environment. Join in with a group of like-minded people to learn more about the work of the John Muir Trust and give something back to nature by helping out with path and fence repair work and the planting and nurturing of native trees. As well as providing an interesting educational insight into how wild places have been damaged by development and how positive action might be taken to redress the balance, the experts of the Trust are also able to offer the tools and the skills to supervise your assistance. The more you understand about the impact of your work in helping keep the beautiful hills and beaches clean, the greater your sense of reward at this hands-on experience.